CA Immo completes rental agreements for 4,800 m² of leasable space in Munich
Munich, 25 November 2019 – CA Immo has signed two rental contracts for a total of around 4,800 m² of rental space at the MY.O office building complex in Munich, which is currently still under construction. The new tenants are the two consulting companies BPR Dr. Schäpertöns Consult GmbH (3,300 m²) and PARX Consulting GmbH (1,500 m²). With the conclusion of these leases, the building complex is now fully let, even before its completion. CA Immo’s investment in the project totals around EUR 101 million.
Both BPR Dr. Schäpertöns Consult and PARX are relocating their Munich offices to the new building, which is situated in the centrally located district of Nymphenburg. BPR Dr. Schäpertöns Consult was previously a tenant of CA Immo while renting its old site in the Skygarden office building. For both companies, MY.O’s excellent transport and traffic connections – particularly for public transport – were decisive factors in the choice for the new location, in addition to its modern spacial concept and the possibility it offers for expansion.
The building complex, which comprises around 27,000 m² of leasable space in total, will be launched in stages, starting in the beginning of December 2019. The building will be completed on time and within budget by mid-2020, with all interior work completed by the time the tenants move in. The CA Immo subsidiary omniCon Gesellschaft für innovatives Bauen mbH is responsible for construction management for the project. Other tenants are ECOVIS, JetBrains and Pentasys. The tenants will move in from December 2019 onwards, with all moved in by summer 2020.
The building was planned by Maier. Neuberger. Architekten and is centrally located on Wotanstraße, with direct access to Laim S-Bahn station. The six- to seven-storey ensemble consists of a prominent main building with three additional adjoining buildings along the railway line, as well as a further solitary building set back slightly from the main group.
The building’s architecture is characterised by the arched windows in the lower and upper floors, spanning both floors at times, and the striking green façade. It consciously utilises the style of industrial buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries. This theme is continued in the building’s loft-like and spacious interior layout. The building concept is therefore particularly suited to the drastically changing requirements of the modern office and new ways of working. The focus is on maximum flexibility in terms of utilisation of space, combined with a highly efficient use of floorspace and an emphasis on providing a wide range of informal places to communicate, meet and work.
As with all of CA Immo’s office building developments, MY.O will be constructed as green buildings that adhere to strict sustainability criteria. Special attention was therefore paid during development to the provision of 20 e-charging stations for up to 40 cars – which corresponds to around 20% of the total car parking spaces. In addition, MY.O is located directly on the primary cycle path network and offers around 155 bicycle parking spaces, some of which are located inside the building, as well as showers and changing rooms. MY.O’s sustainable transport concept is optimised by its location on Munich’s main suburban railway line – which guarantees quick connections to both the city centre and the airport. MY.O is seeking a Gold certification by the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB).
Facts & figures MY.O
Location/address: Christoph-Rapparini-Bogen/Wotanstraße, Munich-Nymphenburg
Architects: Maier. Neuberger. Architekten, Munich
Building type: Six- to seven-storeytimber-framed buildings with roof terraces, a free-standing six-storey solitary building with roof terrace, two basements
Gross floor space: approx. 27,000 m²
Car parking spaces: 223 incl. 20 e-charging stations
Bicycle locking spaces: 155 incl. shower facilities
Green Building: DGNB Gold certification sought
Start of construction: summer 2017
Completion: in stages from December 2019 to mid 2020
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